Buffalo Springfield, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco, 1967
© Jim Marshall Photography LLC

Buffalo Springfield, Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco, 1967

By Jim Marshall
About the image

Buffalo Springfield climbing on a large sculpture in front of the Señor Pico restaurant in San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square, in 1967. The folk rock band was being photographed for Teen Set Magazine, in which they were featured several times in their short existence. They disbanded after just two years but not before serving as a springboard for the careers of Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Richie Furay and Jim Messina. This photograph captures Dewey Martin, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Richie Furay and Jim Felder - taking the place of bassist Bruce Palmer temporarily, after he had been deported for Marijuana possession!

Release Notes:

This is a signed original Lifetime Photograph by Jim Marshall.

Lifetime Photographs were typically:

  • Printed as 11" x 14" or 16" x 20" (sheet size), and were not designated as limited editions (with very few exceptions).

  • Produced as silver gelatin prints (black & white), or C-prints and pigment prints (color), and occasionally as platinum and dye-transfer prints.

  • Printed and signed by Jim Marshall between the mid-1990s and 2010. Older pieces are usually smaller and dry-mounted, and we classify those as "Vintage."

Collector's Notes:

  • These signed photographs come directly from Jim Marshall's estate archive, and are now extraordinarily rare and increasingly valuable.

  • Pieces will usually ship within a few days of purchase.

  • Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of your artwork.

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